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A group of 24 Indian fishermen who were engaged in illegal fishing in the Northern seas off Talaimannar were arrested yesterday by the Navy along with five fishing Trawlers, police said.

They were handed over to Talaimannar Police for further action, police said.

The suspects are to be produced in the Mannar Magistrate courts today.

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  • GAMINI RAMANAYAKE Friday, 07 June 2013 07:05 AM

    welldone. keep on arresting.

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